Logan Storey scored twice and the Dauphin Clippers have now won 15 games in a row as they beat McCreary, 5-1 tonight. 

Logan, Carson Sokolan and Brayden Broome scored one goal each as Dauphin led 3-0 after 20 minutes. 

Riley Hammond scored for the Clippers in the second while McCreary's Brayden Kohlman who had a very good game scored for the Mountaineers as they trailer 4-1 after 40.

Logan would add his second goal of the game in the third as the Clippers skated to their 15th straight win. 


It was a great weekend for the Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs and they’re coming home with a silver medal because of it. 

After going 2-0 yesterday in Neepawa, the Ice Dogs wrapped up their round-robin with a game against the Foxwarren Foxes and they lost 5-0.

Grand Plains had the chance to reset as they played the Foxes once again in the tournament final and what a game it was. 

The Ice Dogs led the whole game until Foxwarren tied it up very late to send the game into overtime tied at three. 

In the extra period, Foxwarren scored to win the Championship.

Jordyn Seversen, Skyla Burns and Addison Damsgaard did the scoring for Grand Plains in the game. 

Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy A1 Kings:

Played in the Swan River tournament this weekend and played some solid hockey. 

They ended up losing in the final but still are coming back home with silver medals!


Frederick Ledoux scored his first ever goal as a Parkland Midget Ranger, the team played pretty well but they ended up falling to Kenora, 3-1 this afternoon. 

The Thistles scored just 12 seconds into the game to take a 1-0 lead. Kenora increased their lead with a goal with just nine seconds left in the first. 

3:05 into the second, Ledoux let go of a shot from the right point that floated over the Thistles goalie right shoulder as the Rangers cut the deficit in half. 

Kenora got their two-goal lead back just 43 seconds into the third. 

With the extra man late, the Rangers pushed very hard but they couldn't find the back of the net in a 3-1 loss. 

Parkland heads to Shoal Lake on Tuesday. 


It was a solid day for a couple of Dauphin Peewee teams today.

The Dean Cooley GM Peewee A1 Kings beat the Melville Millionaires, 6-3 in the Championship final. 

It was a complete team effort for the Kings that saw six different skaters score.

William Miner and Norman John Lacquette had the Kings up 2-1 after the first period. 

Shonie Caplan and Rhett Tkachyk had the Kings up 4-2 after the second period. 

Dauphin kept it coming in the third as Dixon Flett and “AP” player Ethan Everett scored one each as the team picked up a comfortable 6-3 victory to win the Championahip on home ice.

Dauphin Home Hardware Peewee A Kings:

A hot third period fuelled the Kings to a 6-3 win over the Minnedosa A Bombers in the bronze medal game.

Liam Chartrand and Ronin Mouck scored once each but that was the only offence the Kings could muster through two periods as they trailed 3-2.

Dauphin caught fire in the third scoring four times to pick up the win. 

Liam Chartrand added his second of the game while Luke Myrhe, Easton Odut and Tyron Sweetman all scored once.

The Grand Plains Peewee Ice Dogs dominated their way to a couple wins in Neepawa on Saturday.

They started off with a 8-1 thumping against the Rivers Jets.

Tristyn Hanneson and Raylyn Koshowski both chipped in two goals. 

Jordyn Seversen, Cadence Christensen, Brooke Shewchuk, and Montana Jubenvill all scored one each. 

Playing in net for Caitlin Fillion, Christensen absolutely shut the door in the Ice Dogs second game. She ended up shutting out the Neepawa Storm, 2-0.

Jordyn Seversen and Montana Jubenvill did the Ice Dogs scoring. 

The McCreary Peewee Mustangs went into cruise mode today as they won both of their games. 

First off, the Mustangs beat Tri-Valley, 9-3.

In a rematch between the two, Brody Fayant had a rock solid game with three goals and one assist in a 5-2 win to complete the weekend sweep. 

Playing in net for the first time and second time, Angelo Wozny went a perfect two for two.  

For the second straight game, Keaton Ziprick was fantastic in net and he was a big reason the Parkland Midget Rangers earned a point in a 2-1 overtime loss against Kenora tonight.

Jaegar Lapointe put the Rangers up just 5:53 into the game. Landyn Brasch and Leo Chartrand notched the assists. 

The Rangers locked down defensively and Ziprick shut the door in net until there was under three minutes left. At the 17:08 mark, Kenora tied it. 

Kenora scored the game-winner 3:14 into overtime. 

Parkland will look to get the full two points on Sunday afternoon in a rematch with the Thistles at 1:30.

Bantam Rangers:

The team also picked up a single point. Will Munro, Brayden Dube, Steven Arp, and Rylan Gibbs had the Rangers up 4-2 after 40 minutes. 

Central Plains would score two third period goals to tie it at four and that’s where the game would end. 

Parkland now welcomes the Capitals to Grandview at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Grandview Comets:

 Six different skaters scored in a complete team effort 6-1 win against Shoal Lake. 

Derrick Pulock led the way with three points (1G).

Dalen Schulz, Bradley Potoroka, Evan Gullet, Dylan Ushkowski, and Chris Porter all scored once. 

The Dean Cooley GM A1 Kings and Dauphin Home Hardware Peewee A Kings played solid games today and won their respective tilts. 

Liam Chartrand scored three goals as the A Kings beat Minnedosa, 10-5. Tyron Sweetman and Linden Smigelsky also both got in the action with two goals each. Easton Odut, Ethan Carnegie and Cade Legaarden potted one each in the win. 

A1 Kings:

Jayton Kabel and William Miner scored three each as the Kings got past Swan River A1, 8-2.

Dixon Flett and Rhett Tkachyk scored one each. 

Roblin A1:

Eastyn Hramalak, Kael Maxwell and Cole Mohr all scored once in a 3-3 tie against Melville A1.

Dauphin's Bradyn Smelski scored two beautiful goals, Eamonn Miller scored the game-winner and the Dauphin Kings ended up steamrolling over the Neepawa Natives tonight, 5-2 on "Parent Night" at Credit Union Place.

After a scoreless opening 20 minutes, rookie Carter Sawchuk brought the puck into Neepawa's zone and fired a perfect shot past Kolby Thornton to put Dauphin up 1-0. Just under two minutes later at the 3:37 mark, Benoit Mowbray tied the game up.

At the 15:25 mark, Smelski took a perfect drop pass from Brendan Arnold and Bradyn did the rest as he fired a wrister past Thornton to record his first goal of 2019 in his debut of the new year. Dauphin led the contest after 40 minutes, 2-1.

Ste. Rose's Brad Marshall tied up the game just 35 seconds into the third. From there, Dauphin heated up. Off a perfect pass from Bryon Fobair to the right post, Miller potted the puck in the back of the net in what turned out to be the game-winner. 

The Kings continued to bring the heat as Grady Hobbs showed off his sharpshooting skills with a rush that ended up in the back of Neepawa's net. That set the stage for the Dauphin boy.

Jaxon Heeney batted down the puck in the neutral zone, brought the puck into Neepawa's zone where he dropped the puck off to Smelski. From there, Bradyn made a beautiful move to get around the Neepawa defender and he went to the backhand and went bar down to give Dauphin their fifth goal of the game and it was Bradyn's second.

"That felt amazing. I got around the guy and I was looking for an open place, it was kind of lucky on my part but it went in," said Smelski. 

It was Bradyn's first game of 2019. He was a healthy scratch for the first five games and he definitely made a case to stay in the lineup going forward.

"Having this performance I think showed Doug and Mitch how much I care," said Smelski. "I haven't been playing much but I just need to stay positive. It's all about the team in the end and I'll do whatever I can to help the guys."

Dauphin returns to Credit Union Place on Wednesday against OCN.

Day one of the Peewee A/A1 tournament has wrapped up.

Here are the results in some local action:

Jesse Hockridge and William Miner scored two goals each as the Dauphin A1 Kings kicked off their tournament at Credit Union Place earlier today with a 7-0 win against Roblin.

Zander Menard, Norman John Lacquette, and Jayton Kabel all scored one each.

Roblin plays at 10:45 tomorrow morning against Melville A1 while Dauphin A1 plays at Credit Union Place tomorrow morning at 11:45 against Swan River A1.

Game # 2:

Swan Valley A Stampeders beat Minnedosa A, 5-2 to begin their tournament.

Eli Betcher had the hot stick with two goals while Tavyn Boychuk, Samantha Moshenko, and Maddix Eisner each scored once.

Swan Valley now plays tomorrow morning at Credit Union Place at 10:00 against Virden. Minnedosa plays at 1:30 at Credit Union Place against Dauphin A.

Game # 3:

The Dauphin Home Hardware Peewee A Kings beat Virden, 6-4.

Ethan Carnegie and Trayden Catcheway led the way with two goals each. 

Here is the full schedule and we'll have the results all weekend long!

The Parkland Bantam Rangers regular season schedule continues to dwindle down just like any other team. That mean's the club only has a little more time to fine tune things before the AAA Rural Provincial Championships that aren't far away.

The next opportunity to do so comes this weekend as the club plays the Central Plains Capitals in a home and home. Tomorrow they will play in Portage and Sunday's rematch will be in Grandview.

"You know, we're getting better every time we hit the ice," said Tom White, Head Coach. "Players are really buying into our structure and their individual roles. They know they can compete when they play at their best, and when we do that, we're pretty tough to beat."

After tomorrow's road game, the Rangers play four straight games on home ice. January 20 - Grandview, January 26 & 27 - Credit Union Place, February 1 - Ste. Rose. 

"We have 10 games here before the Provincial Championships and we want to build some momentum heading into those, so it's important to use these games to our advantage," said White. 

Of those 10 games, eight of them come against teams in Parkland's conference. The Rangers are 8-15-3 which have them tied with the CP Capitals who they play twice this weekend for fifth place. Parkland also plays the Southwest Cougars twice, Yellowhead Chiefs twice, and the Pembina Valley Hawks, Brandon Wheat Kings, Winnipeg Warriors, and Winnipeg Sharks all once.

The team is six points behind the third-place Brandon Wheat Kings and Southwest Cougars who both have 25 points. Pembina Valley is in second with 27 and Yellowhead is at 36. The Rangers have a great chance to move up in the standings as they face a ton of conference opponents.

"We still need to work on some areas like our power play, and we're working on that and it's improving," added White. "Our defensive zone commitment has really improved and our goaltending. We're allowing nearly one goal less per game lately which is a huge improvement."

Kyan Grouette leads the Rangers with 33 points (9G) while Rylan Gibbs has 29 (13G) and Steven Arp has 16 goals to lead the team and is third in overall scoring with 27 points. 

"Those guys are goal scorers and they always seem to be in the right place at the right time," said White. "Everyone on this team is doing a great job."

Sunday's game in Grandview is at 5:00 p.m.

Parkland Midget Rangers:

The team is back at Credit Union Place twice this weekend as they open up a two-game set against the Kenora Thistles tomorrow evening.

The Rangers have sunk to the bottom of the standings and they'll be in tough once again as they play the 13-18 Thistles. Parkland has played the Thistles pretty well this season, however. They lost 5-4 and 6-3 and both games were extremely close.

The Rangers will be looking to get out of a streak that has seen them lose 19 of their last 20 games.

After this weekend, Parkland will play three straight road games leading up to begin February.

Saturday's puck is set to drop at Credit Union Place at 7:30 while puck drop is set for 1:30 on Sunday.